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News from the National Laboratories

26-Mar-2015
MESA complex starts largest production series in its history
DOE/Sandia National Laboratories

25-Mar-2015
Rare-earth innovation to improve nylon manufacturing
DOE/Ames Laboratory

25-Mar-2015
ORNL-led team demonstrates desalination with nanoporous graphene membrane
DOE/Oak Ridge National Laboratory

24-Mar-2015
PNNL team wins American Chemical Society award
DOE/Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

19-Mar-2015
Explosive Destruction System begins first stockpile project
DOE/Sandia National Laboratories

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News from Universities and Other Research Partners

24-Mar-2015
Physicists solve low-temperature magnetic mystery
University of Connecticut

23-Mar-2015
UW scientists build a nanolaser using a single atomic sheet
University of Washington

23-Mar-2015
Global water use may outstrip supply by mid-century
Duke University

23-Mar-2015
Catching and releasing tiny molecules
Harvard University

20-Mar-2015
HAWC Observatory to study universe's most energetic phenomena
University of Maryland

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Features

Collaborative vision, saving sight

Collaborative vision, saving sight

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Protein shake-up

Protein shake-up

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A tale of 2 colliders, 1 thesis, 2 awards -- and a physics mystery

A tale of 2 colliders, 1 thesis, 2 awards -- and a physics mystery

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Experiment provides the best look yet at 'warm dense matter' at cores of giant planets

Experiment provides the best look yet at 'warm dense matter' at cores of giant planets

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